Almagor condemns return of terrorist bodies

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May 30, 2012 08:56

 
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The Almagor terror victims association on Wednesday castigated the government for a plan to return the bodies of terrorists to the Palestinian Authority.

"The Netanyahu-Barak-Mofaz government is giving a boost to terror and abusing the bereaved families and the injured. This is a government without a heart and without a brain," said Meir Indor, Almagor's chairman.

Israel is set to transfer the bodies of 130 terrorists to the Palestinian Authority in the coming days as a gesture of goodwill to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, according to Israeli Media.


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